This modern studio apartment contains a sitting area and a fully equipped kitchen. There is a flat-screen satellite TV and a DVD player in the rooms. All of the apartments have a balcony with garden and street view.
Room Size: 35 m²
This apartment has a separated bedroom and living room with an open up sofa bed. Like all of our apartments, it has its own bathroom and equipped kitchen. Dvd player and flat screen TV can be found in each of the flats.
Room Size: 48 m²
Bed Size(s): 1 full, 1 sofa bed.
The apartments feature 2 bedrooms, 1 living room with a seating area and a fully equipped kitchen with a dining area. Facilities include a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. This apartment is ideal for a family or a group of friends.
Room Size: 70 m²
Bed Size(s): 1 twin, 1 full, 1 sofa bed.
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Hungary is a landlocked country of 93,030 km2 area in Central Europe, in the middle of the Carpathian Basin. It is bounded on the north by Slovakia; on the northeast by Ukraine; on the east by Romania; on the south by Serbia, Croatia, and Slovenia; and on the west by Austria. Two major rivers: the Danube and the Tisza flow across the country from north to south. Lake Balaton, the biggest lake in Central Europe is a favourite target of tourists because of its warm water and nice landscape. Remains from both Roman occupation and much later ruled by the Turks can still be seen in the city. After the Ottoman Empire the union with Austria has a particular influence on the city's form and style.
Budapest have three main parts, Óbuda, the oldest part with Celtic and Roman ruins, Buda with the hills, the most famous area is the historical Castle Hill and beautiful residential area, and the third one is bustling Pest with its shopping, government and commercial districts on the flat plain of the east bank.
The population of Budapest is about 1.774 million, 17% of the country’s population. Women contribute more than half, 54% of the population.
Parks and green areas are the most popular places of recreation. Of the total area of Budapest 13.4% is forest and 2.3% is parks. Margitsziget, or Margaret Island is one of the most popular places of recreation. From spring to autumn, hundreds of people visit the island to find rest or active recreation among its trees and bushes. Surrounded by the Danube, the island’s 5.3 kilometres circumference is eminently suitable for running, jogging or cycling.
The City Park on the Pest side hosts several major events every year. Created originally to serve as a site for the Millennium Celebration in 1896, the park near downtown Budapest offers entertainment to local people and visitors alike with its monuments, ponds, outdoor restaurants and cafés. Its lanes and alleys and open spaces are is also favoured by sport lovers: cyclists, roller skaters and joggers. Cited as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, its extensive World Heritage Site includes the banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter, Andrássy Avenue, Heroes' Square and the Millennium Underground Railway, the second oldest in the world. Other highlights include a total of 80 geothermal springs, the world's largest thermal water cave system, second largest synagogue, and third largest Parliament building. The city attracts about 2.3 million tourists a year.
There are those who fall in love with Budapest at first sight and those who only come to love it after a longer introduction, but everyone will agree that this is one of the most beautifully laid out cities in the world. The powerful current of the Danube divides it into two parts, the hills and valleys of Buda on one side and the flatlands of Pest on the other. In spring, Margaret Island becomes a vibrant green patch on the blue waters of the river. There are caves, curative thermal springs and special conversation areas, all in a bustling.
Passing by the Parliament we cross the Danube through the Margaret-Bridge (Margaret-Island) and drive to the Royal Castle on the Buda side, where we visit the Fishermen's Bastion (Promenade) and the Matthias Church after we climb to the Gellert Hill (Photostop), we cross Elisabeth-Bridge and drive towards Heroes Square (Promenade). Passing by the Opera and St. Stephen's Basilica we reach Hotel InterContinental, where the tour ends.
Take the opportunity for a visit of the impressive House of Parliament, after a walk around Hungary´s largest building, interior visit of the magnificent neo-gothic Parliament (Home of the Holy Hungarian Crown) with guidance through the splendid session room, the impressive staircase and the wonderful Great Vaulted Hall.
There are those who fall in love with Budapest at first sight and those who only come to love it after a longer introduction.
Passing by the Parlament we cross the Danube through the Margaret-Bridge (Margaret-Island) and drive to the Royal Castle.
Take the opportunity for a visit of the impressive House of Parlament, after a walk around.More...
The largest exhibition hall of the city is located in a great classical building at Heroes' Square.
The Art-nouveau palace of the museum itself worths a visit. The collection embraces eastern carpets.
Works of the French-Hungarian artist Victor Vasarely, founder of the op-art stream.More...
Situated in the City Park, in a lush green area, the Szechenyi thermal bath is the largest bath in Europe.
The Gellert SPA is one of the best known and most favoured among the thermal baths of Budapest. It is in the same building as Hotel Gellert.
Supplied by 21 different thermal springs, the Rudas Bath is one of the largest spas at the foot of the Buda hills.More...